Eat The Pigs – Freedom Feens Radio



Tonight Michael W. Dean, Dan Greene and Nick Hazelton discuss Pigs and Yakitalism, a new business taking your dead loved ones tattoos, Skin and all, and framing them for you to keep, and Hereditary Rulers. Nick and Dan talk about religion, the guys also discuss Brian Eno and his influence on musicRichard Stallman and how people shouldn’t just call it Linux and Michael tells us about the creation of The Freedom Feens music.

Erno the tattoo guy:



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4 Responses to Eat The Pigs – Freedom Feens Radio

  1. Jon says:

    Your correction if his pronunciation of Locus Caeruleus (Latin for “bluish place”) was incorrect.

    The letter “C” should NEVER make the “S” sound in Latin. The letter should always be hard, never soft or palatalized.

    (In some cases the “C” should be pronounce like a hard “G” though. The letter “C” originally made the “G” sound, as it came from the Greek “Gamma,” and ultimately from the Phoenician/Hebrew “Gimel,” but by the 3rd century B.C. people started pronouncing it more like a “K”/”Kappa.” The letter “G” was invented, supposedly by the freedman schoolmaster Spurius Carvilius Ruga, for cases where a writer really wanted to emphasize that the C should be pronounced the old fashioned way. The letter “G” never really caught on in abbreviations though, which is why “C.” usually stands for the name “Gaius.”)

    The diphthong “ae” in “Caeruleus” came to be pronounced the same as the long “e” during the middle ages, but before that was pronounced like the word “eye.” Since the diphthong “oe,” formerly pronounced like the “oi” in “oink,” also came to be pronounced like an “e,” it became common to misspell the word that way.

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